Preparing Students for Life
I learned that if you have cut a stem on a flower too short you can take a smaller stem and put it in the bottom of the bigger stem to make it longer but the flowers dont last quite as long if you do that.
I have learned so much about the human body! Almost all the bones, the difference between a tendon and a ligament, how the work on someone and work with people and so much more!
I get to help with and watch every surgery Dr. Bevan performs and he always ask me questions throughout the surgeries to see if i know the answer and if i dont then he tells me and tries to help me understand more about the anatomy of all the animals that come into the clinic, so i have learned so so much it is hard to name just one thing!
It's hard working with girls the same age as you.
That i probably don't want to be a chiropractor! It is very slow pace job and not a lot happens like to say with respect a, Boring job i need something quicker paced and more up tempo for my career. Also too much schooling for the job. I don't wanna be 35 before i can sufficiently supply for my family. Chiropractics takes dedication and time that I'm not willing to put forth to go into that career.
I learned more about fixing laptops, like replacing the screen, hard drive, keyboard, and motherboard.
I learned how truly busy he is. He always has work all the time and there is always someone needing his help. They have loads of paper work that they have to always keep up on or the information will be wrong.
I learned that being a teacher is really frustrating. I've put in scores for tests, packets and study guides and I hate when there isn't a name or when there's no score. I try to figure it out so I can get the score in the computer but I don't want to do it wrong. There's a ton more to being a teacher than just standing up in front of a class and talking about the material.
I have learned that the drug representatives try to get the doctors to use their drug by bringing lunch. I have learned how certain surgical procedures are performed. I also learned the importance of privacy because so many people come to the doctor.
I have learned how stressful it can get as a leader, especially when it's crunch time. Plays aren't easy to get ready for, and when there isn't much time in the first place, it gets really stressful.
I have learned about all sorts of different oral surgeries, I have also learned how important it is to pay attention to details because it is so easy to miss the little things,
what in continent means. i have learned how to react around many different types of people and stages of death. i have learned about many new types of tests and shots for different jobs.
I have learned that teachers need to continue their education after they become a teacher because the materials and technology changes. And you get payed more if you have more education.
I learned that being a teacher, there is a whole lot more than just teaching. You have to grade all sorts of papers, and put those scores in the computer. With teaching you have to make sure that all of the kids understand what you're teaching, and not move too fast so they can learn and understand the subject.
I have learned a lot and my eyes have been open to all kinds of lovely interesting things that go on in a nursing home! I have learned that you have to be really strong to transfer residence and you have to laugh when they swear and throw stuff at you! I also have learned that teamwork is pretty much EVERYTHING! When you're on a good team life is so much easier and better!Megan again!!
It is a lot harder then people think to be a CNA its a lot of work, it may look easy but in all reality it isn't. You've got to be stong, not just physically but emotionally as well. It's hard not to get close to those you care for, and when they pass away its even harder. Ive learned that it is not the job for me, ive always wanted to be a CNA and now that ive seen what it is really like I dont want to do it anymore.
I have learned that being a personal trainer, is not only about helping people with their fitness goals, but also being there for them emotionally as well. It's important to understand that weight loss can be an emotional triumph for people not just physically.
I have learned that even though in physical therapy you have to put people in a lot of pain. It pays off immensely in the long run. Really you have saving them from so much more pain and discomfort in the future. Even though it's not very fun at first; with in a couple of days you are able to see so much improvement through hard work and exercises.
I learned that in China they go to college, on average 1 more year than teachers do in the States.
I learned that there aren't really set hours for Athletic Trainers. They are here from the middle of school until practices and games are over. They could be at the school until eleven o'clock at night if they are needed after a game or practice, it just depends.
I learned that if you have kids and you are going through a hard time and you have to go to court or something but dont have any money to take you kids anywhere, you can drop them off at my internship for free! I'm sure people take advantage of this but it's still a really good thing. If you dont have health insurance you can go to a therapist for free too. It's good to know that there is always somebody there for you if you are in a fix.
ive had the opportunity to learn basically everything there is or ever was to know about ducks/waterfowl.
I learned that doctors are very busy guys that love their job. They spend long hours doing paperwork (that I get to organize and put away) after they see their patients at the end of the day.
I learned that mechanics aren't always trying to rip you off. They make sure that everything is fixed right, and if they mess up, are more than willing to fix their error for free.